Rann Wartha9 Biddick's Court
Situated in the centre of town in the former Conservative Club building, this comfortable and well-appointed Wetherspoons pub is almost entirely on the upper level, but easily accessed by disabled customers either up a ramp or by lift from ground level; the pub's name translates as 'Higher Quarter'. Popular locally, the pub appeals to all ages and families. Although open plan, there are several distinct seating areas for drinking and eating; décor includes portraits of locally historic people associated with the china clay history. The spacious L-shaped bar has handpumps set out along each leg so you have to go round the corner to check the full range of up to 7 different ales. There is the core offering from the normal JDW range of brews, but there may be changing beers on, variable in number but up to 3. Cider is Weston's Old Rosie and Orchard Pig. Although to the Lloyds No. 1 format, the pub generally merits its 'quiet' listing during the daytime, and is about to become a 9-bedroom hotel during summer 2017 . Parking is in a large public car park nearby.